About Us

KooZA/rch is a Visionary Platform Designed for Architects and Curious People Worldwide.

In our hyper digital reality of instant communication, we aim to explore and challenge the notion of representation not only in contemporary practice but also within the network of the world wide web. From the student, to the architect to the artist and designer our ambition is to discover, analyze and reveal the multitude of lenses through which we can draw and talk about architecture, from its conception to its built form.

For us the unbuilt is as important as the built.

Exploratory realms are the foundation of revolutionary ideas and ways of approaching architecture as a discipline rather than as a form. We challenge paper architecture in the land of the pixel. We value the daring and the absurd, the alternative to the normal, the ideas which push contemporary pre-conceptions and boundaries.

Through shared ideas and inclusive discussions, we confront not only what was but what will be. Through a continuously growing archive, and our forward thinking Abstractions we dare one to think the impossible and to make it possible, to make the unreal real to blur the boundaries between our powerful imagination and the spectacular brick.

Submissions

KooZA/rch wants to share your ideas.

Please send your project to hello@koozarch.com

Requirements include:

Images must be jpeg (max 1920px) format and must be saved as: Titleofproject_Nameofperson_academic/work position (year, university and program- alternatively architecture studio).

A project description/abstract text (max 500 words)

*We regret to inform that we do not upload images which differ in naming & size.

Abstractions

The current Abstraction Series ‘Tools’, with a curated set of contributions, is set to run until March 2019. We will then open the discussion to our friends, and invite you to respond to the topics raised.

Please feel free to contact us with ideas at abstractions@koozarch.com

Requirements include: An initial abstract text (max 500 words)

Press